February 17, 2013 0:43
David Bowie to release new song 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)' on February 26
Singer reveals release date for new track on Facebook
David Bowie is set to release a brand new track titled 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)' on February 26.
The singer, who will release his first new album in 10 years in March, posted a message on his official Facebook page at midnight today (February 17). The post did not include any concrete release details, but instead simply listed the date '02.26.13' and the title of the song along with a new picture, which you can see at the top of the page.
Bowie shocked fans and the media alike on January 8 of this year – his 66th birthday – when he broke his decade-long musical silence by unveiling a brand new track and accompanying video, 'Where Are We Now?', and announced that a new album, titled 'The Next Day', would follow in March.
The album has been produced by Bowie's longtime collaborator Tony Visconti and will be released in the UK and most countries worldwide on March 11. Australia will get the record three days earlier on March 8, while American fans will have to wait until March 12.
The full tracklisting for 'The Next Day' is as follows:
'The Next Day'
'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)'
'Love Is Lost'
'Where Are We Now?'
'If You Can See Me'
'I'd Rather Be High'
'Boss Of Me'
'Dancing Out In Space'
'How Does The Grass Grow'
'(You Will) Set The World On Fire'
'You Feel So Lonely You Could Die'
Deluxe Version bonus tracks
'I'll Take You There'
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